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作者 Michael A. Toman, Michael A
書名 India and Global Climate Change : Perspectives on Economics and Policy from a Developing Country
出版項 Florence : Taylor & Francis Group, 2003
©2003
國際標準書號 9781936331710 (electronic bk.)
9781891853616
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說明 1 online resource (381 pages)
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附註 Intro -- India and Global Climate Change Perspectives on Economics and Policy from a Developing Country -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- PART I Economic Drivers of Greenhouse Gas Emissions -- CHAPTER 2. Future Energy Trends and Greenhouse Gas Emissions -- CHAPTER 3. Developmental Sustainability Implications of the Economic Reforms in the Energy Sector -- CHAPTER 4. Economic Policy Reforms: Implications for Energy Consumption -- CHAPTER 5. Some Issues in Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Informal Energy-Using Sector -- CHAPTER 6. Endogenous Substitution of Energy Resources:Theory and Application to the Energy Sector -- PART II Options for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation -- CHAPTER 7. Policies for Carbon Abatement in the Presence of Regulatory Distortions:The Electricity Generating Sector -- CHAPTER 8. Carbon Sequestration in Forests: Potential and Incremental Costs -- CHAPTER 9. Evaluating Greenhouse Gas Control Strategies Using Multicriteria Approaches -- CHAPTER 10. Energy Economy Model Applications: Long-Term Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trends and Mitigation Costs -- CHAPTER 11. Incentive-Based Approaches for Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Issues and Prospects -- PART III International Climate Policy -- CHAPTER 12. A Noncooperative Theory of Emissions-Cap Determination -- CHAPTER 13. The Kyoto Protocol and Developing Countries: Strategy and Equity Issues -- CHAPTER 14. Allocation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions:An Example of Short-Term and Long-Term Criteria -- CHAPTER 15. The Clean Development Mechanism: Issues and Options -- PART IV Conclusions -- CHAPTER 16. India's Efforts to Minimize Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Policies, Measures, and Institutions -- CHAPTER 17. Global Climate Change: Indian Perspective Revisited and Restated -- Afterword -- Climate Change Impacts on India -- Index
Though the impact of climate change will most likely be greatest with the already poor and vulnerable populations in the developing world, much of the writing about the costs and benefits of different policies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is by Western scholars, working in advanced industrialized economies. Drawing the majority of its contributions from authors based at Indian universities and other research centers, India and Global Climate Change provides a developing world perspective on the debate. With a population of over one billion, and an economy that is undergoing substantial restructuring and greatly increased economic growth after a number of years of stagnation, India has an exceptional stake in the debate about climate change policy. Using the Indian example, this volume looks at such policy issues as the energy economy relationships that drive GHG emissions; the options and costs for restricting GHG emissions while promoting sustainable development; and the design of innovative mechanisms for expanded international cooperation with GHG mitigation
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Michael A. Toman, Michael A. India and Global Climate Change : Perspectives on Economics and Policy from a Developing Country Florence : Taylor & Francis Group,c2003 9781891853616
主題 Climatic changes -- Government policy -- India.;Climatic changes -- Economic aspects -- India.;Greenhouse gas mitigation -- Government policy -- India.;Greenhouse gas mitigation -- Economic aspects -- India
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Alt Author Ujjayant Chakravorty,
Shreekant Gupta,
Toman, Michael a
Chakravorty, Ujjayant
Gupta, Shreekant
Toman, Adjunct Faculty Member Nitze School of Advanced International Studies Michael A
Chakravorty, Professor Ujjayant
Gupta, Professor Shreekant
Michael a Toman,
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